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Old 15-10-14, 09:38 AM
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Thanks for the positive comments all

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This looks really nice, just wondering what coating you are going to use for the wood tho?
I haven’t quite decided yet. I want to make it look a little darker and I have a few techniques in mind to make it look a little more weather worn. The plan is to use some of the cutoffs and try out some different colors before a make a final decision.

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haha everytime I see Stabbur I just think of Mackeral Im sure the OP will understand what I mean.

Great work.
Haha, I don’t think this would be a suitable color scheme though



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Old 18-10-14, 05:02 AM
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interesting build, gonna keep an eye on this one,
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Old 28-10-14, 03:03 PM
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well thats something you dont see every day , interesting !
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Old 28-10-14, 10:30 PM
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Old 29-10-14, 02:20 PM
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Really cool project Hellbeard. Im asuming you will finish that sucker with the traditional coating of tar?

/start history lesson..

What the heck is that stabbur thingy?
FYI the norwegian stabbur was historically a large external larder for storing both fresh and conserved foods and drink throughout the year. Much in the same way as the barn, the stabbur was an equally important element of the norwegian farm... that is before electricity came along and changed the world.
Purpose built in a location with decent shade during summer and always on high risers to prevent moist conditions from direct contact with water/snow as well as giving rodents a more difficult time getting into the building. In addiotion to the Stabbur there was also often a underground earth-cellar, dug out and built to stor those supplies needing even cooler storage.

Whats up with the canned fish?
Stabburet (The Larder) is also cleverly a large norwegian food brand.

/end local norwegian history lesson
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Old 10-11-14, 12:43 PM
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/start history lesson..

What the heck is that stabbur thingy?
FYI the norwegian stabbur was historically a large external larder for storing both fresh and conserved foods and drink throughout the year. Much in the same way as the barn, the stabbur was an equally important element of the norwegian farm... that is before electricity came along and changed the world.
Purpose built in a location with decent shade during summer and always on high risers to prevent moist conditions from direct contact with water/snow as well as giving rodents a more difficult time getting into the building. In addiotion to the Stabbur there was also often a underground earth-cellar, dug out and built to stor those supplies needing even cooler storage.

Whats up with the canned fish?
Stabburet (The Larder) is also cleverly a large norwegian food brand.

/end local norwegian history lesson


I don’t think I will be using actual tar but I want the finished look to be quite similar. I have been looking inn to aging techniques and I have some I want to try out before I use them on the stabbur.
A little teaser is that one involves a blowtorch on a slow and rich burning setting to create random burn/aging pattern on the wood. But this will be in the late stages of the build

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On another note:
Sorry for the lack of updates. I have had some health problems of late and haven’t been able to get any work done on the project. But I’m getting a little better so fingers crossed I can get out in the shed and continue work again soon.
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